New Columbus Blue Jackets forward Patrick Line “John Torrella Method” fell 3-2 to the Carolina Hurricanes Monday night at the Nationwide Arena.
Finn was benched from the sixth minute of the second period and no action was taken thereafter. He sat for seven minutes in the first session, four in the second, and a total of three.
After the match, Tortorella became concerned with comments about the situation.
“It’s not because of a failed mission. There are a lot of factors that have affected it. It’s still in our locker room,” the driver said during his press briefing.
The experienced coach, however, tried to make it less.
“I know you think it’s too big,” he told the media. I think it’s a step further for him to understand our team concept, how we do things here ”.
It is reminiscent of the Blue Jackets head coach treating forward Pierre-Luke Dubois in his final games for the Ohio team.
Quebecker traded for the line to Winnipeg Jets on January 23.
It was the other player against Dubois, who scored the winning goal against the Hurricanes. True, Jack Roslovic broke the tie late in the game to give his team victory.
Com Atkinson and Scott Harrington scored the other goals for the winners.
In the former case, he hit the target with a penalty shot.
Evolving on the acronym, Small Forward became uncomfortable as he left his zone with Puk. Thus he had the opportunity to stand alone in front of goalkeeper Alex Nedeljkovic, whom he failed with a good fint.
This was Atkinson’s 14th brief victory. Jackets joins Rick Nash in first place in history in this category.
After the encounter, Atkinson asked about the fate of the line rather than his instruments.
“Torts expects us to play as hard as we can. It doesn’t matter who we are and I think everyone knows that. If you do not give your 100% and you do not apply yourself, he will leave you on the bench. It’s no secret.”
The “Cannes” nets were collected by Nino Neederwriter and Brock McGinn.